Nvidia reports record quarterly revenue on strong gaming and data centre sales

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Nvidia reports record quarterly revenue on strong gaming and data centre sales
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Nvidia reports record quarterly revenue on strong gaming and data centre sales

Revenue touched a new quarterly record of $7.1 billion amid the continuing worldwide chip shortage

Nvidia has posted another quarter of record revenues, beating analyst's expectations, as the pandemic boosted demand for videogames and services offered by data centres. The company posted recor...

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